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mind-body

(mīnd′bŏd′y)
adj.
Of, involving, or resulting from the interrelationship between one's physical health and the state of one's mind or spirit.
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Mind-body medicine focuses on the ways in which emotional, mental, social, and spiritual factors can directly impact health, said Dr.
Relaxation response, positive thinking, placebo effect, and social support have been discussed in support of how mind-body therapies help reduce stress.
Relaxation and Wellness Techniques: Mastering the Mind-Body Connection is a comprehensive resource that includes techniques crafted for the adult consumer or social worker looking for additional ways to support others.
What was your view of the mind-body connection in health before your diagnosis?
Although mind-body interventions have improved cardiovascular risk factors in numerous studies, Emani and Binkley report that few studies have focused on patients with congestive heart failure.
The ground floor space will house exhale Mind-Body Studio's 7th Manhattan location when it opens for business in May.
Its mission is to help the millions of people living with trauma, loss and disabilities become healthier, happier and "whole" by advocating and awakening the mind-body connection in these individuals, their caregivers, and the rehabilitation system.
In fact, Benson asserts that mind-body tools should now be the third major treatment and prevention option, alongside drugs and surgery, in our Western medical model.
Symptom Release: Integrating Mind-body and Hypnotherapeutic Approaches.
Martin, "'This tragic glass': Tragedy and the Early Modern Mind-Body in The Maid's Tragedy" (15-30); Zackariah C.
She uses mind-body techniques alongside Pilates and postural rebalancing in her classes.